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MEG RYAN IS A MOM ON AND OFF THE BIG SCREEN

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Meg Ryan made sure her little girl Daisy was bundled up for the cold weather and blizzard expected at the end of today. She walked Daisy to and from school. Meg has two movies being released this year but it looks like she’s playing moms in both of them.

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GIVE JESSICA SIMPSON A BREAK

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Humanity has sunk to a new low. Jessica Simpson, still heartbroken over the loss of her dog Daisy to a coyote, has to put up with “pranksters” claiming to have found her missing dog alive. She offered a reward and an email address for information in the slim chance that her dog survived. Cruel people have been leaving messages that they found her dog but they’re all fake. How heartless and brutal can people be? She doesn’t need to be reminded of this tragedy. Jessica doesn’t deserve this – nobody does. Anyone who thinks this is funny should seriously have their head examined.

THE TRUTH ABOUT WHAT HAPPENED TO JESSICA SIMPSON’S DOG DAISY

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What REALLY happened to Jessica Simpson’s beloved Maltipoo Daisy is even more heartbreaking than the story she’s been twittering. It seems Jessica is taking a lot of undeserved flak for being an irresponsible dog owner, when in fact, she is NOT. The truth is, Daisy was in the care of Jessica’s mother Tina Simpson when Daisy was snatched by that coyote. Jessica has been protecting her mother.
Here’s how it went down:
Jessica was filming her reality show out of the country and left Daisy with her mom at Tina’s gated Encino home. On Labor Day Tina was out in the backyard with her own Maltese and Daisy when Daisy saw a squirrel and ran up the hill behind the house. A coyote suddenly appeared from behind a tree and grabbed Daisy, who was never seen again. Tina was hysterical .The family searched the neighborhood and decided not to break the news to Jessica until she returned. They didn’t want her to have a meltdown far from home. Every day Jessica would call and ask about Daisy and they’d say she was fine. Jessica returned six days later on Saturday and her tearful family was together and told Jessica that Daisy had been taken by a coyote earlier that day. Jessica collapsed. She desperately started searching and hoping Daisy might have survived. Jessica knew her mother felt awful and didn’t want her to take the blame her so she was deliberately vague about releasing the details of the tragedy. The whole family is upset about this and although Jessica is beyond heartbroken, she is covering up for her mother.

DON’T LET JESSICA SIMPSON’S TRAGEDY HAPPEN TO YOU

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We feel terrible about Jessica Simpson’s adorable dog Daisy being snatched by a coyote. Of all the not-so-great things that have happened to her lately, this is certainly the worst. Maybe this tragic loss will remind other people who live in areas where coyotes roam (especially in or near the hills) to NEVER allow their animals outside where coyotes can strike. Vigilance is essential at all times. Hungry coyotes are leaving the hills to hunt for food and can appear very suddenly – wealthy, gated communities notwithstanding.

ELIZABETH TAYLOR: EVERYTHING’S COMING UP DAISIES

Elizabeth Taylor and Mickey Rourke have something in common. She, too was distraught when her Maltese Sugar passed away. Liz immediately got another Maltese that looked just like Sugar and named her Daisy. But Daisy was not sweet like Sugar – she wasn’t happy sitting on Liz’s lap all the time – she wanted to run around and bark and play. Exasperated Liz gave Daisy to a nephew and replaced her with yet another white Maltese she named Daisy, who’s a bit older and calmer. No one even noticed the switch, and Liz doesn’t mention it.